Confession: I’m becoming an addict.
From essentially being a total couch potato last year (unless lifting crisps or wine to my mouth was exercise…?!) to now, I have developed a bit of an obsession with exercise and, especially event exercise.
It started with getting out of my chair, stepping away (a little bit) from my wine glass & getting some training done.
My first event came in the shape of a race for life & I was determined that I was going to run the whole thing – which I totally did btw, yay me! You can read about that here. The second event took place on Saturday and was a 6mile moonlight walk in aid of raising money for St. Michael’s Hospice.
The route took us – us being my sister and I and a bunch of other people, suitable dressed in pirate wear – from Bexhill, right along the coast, past rows and rows of beach huts, up on to the promenade in St. Leonards, straight along in to Hastings, down to the really, very beautiful old town & circling back up to the White Rock Hotel.
The walk was great. Not too hard, not too fast & not too long. We did get split from the group a bit as a couple were further ahead and lots were far behind, so we did look
slightly very amusing to everyone we passed, dressed in our pirate wear!
We managed to slam the 6miles down in just 90minutes, score!
There was a little buffet waiting for us at the end point and lots of water, which was very much needed. We got a little medal, which I’ve added to my tiny, but growing collection. Then we walked home*.
*Note to self, don’t walk the half hour home after a 6mile walk.
Next event on my radar is a dirty dozen 6k military obstacle race – this may just finish me off!by